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International Publications Upset Thais With Royal Cremation Coverage – It’s a two way street though

It’s day two after one of the most important, emotionally intense, and significant days in current Thai history. Not necessarily because of it’s political implications, but because of the emotional significance and impact it had on Thai people. Even though King Bhumibol Adulyadej died on 13 October 2016, it was now, one year later, that people’s ‘biggest fears’ came true as the cremation ceremony of the nation’s ‘father’ gave sad confirmation that he is, indeed, gone. While the elaborate processions, plays, and ceremonies certainly impressed, it was His Majesty’s ascendance…

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5 achievements that make a true Bangkokonian

No matter your job, standard of living or purpose of staying here in Bangkok, there are a few achievements that everybody needs to accumulate before he / she is able to call him or herself a real Bangkokonian. Here is our list of those achievements. Feel free to wear the badge that reflects your achievement with pride and honor. Surviving a Motorcycle Taxi accident We all take motorcycles or at least motorcycle taxis. Even if you work in a fancy office and don’t want to get your suit dirty, at…

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5 low calorie products at 7-11 | My-Thai.org x Cindy

We continue our featured vlog series this week. This time with Cindy who shows you a few low calorie products from 7-11. And now don’t act like you never end up at 7-11 to buy some food, we all know it happens rather often than not so be happy about the list below and take it to heart next time you hear favorite doorbell ring when hunger strikes.

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Facts about the funeral of King Bhumibol in October 2017

It has been almost one year since the passing of King Bhumibol on 13th October 2016. As he was arguably Thailand’s most beloved King in recent history the outcry and sadness was felt everywhere. By now millions of people might have visited is final resting place at the Grand Palace in Bangkok to pay their final respects. As we’re closing in on the one year mark of this sad event the day of the cremation of King Bhumibol is coming closer. There are a few questions out there in regards to…

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5 best online channels to learn Thai

Sawadee Krub dear reader! It doesn’t really matter whether or not you’re a tourist touring Thailand or an expat living in the Land of Smiles, knowing the Thai language to some extend will certainly come in handy. With the advancement of technology it is now easier than ever to find sources in the sheer endless depth of the world wide web that promise to help you master basically every language on this planet. In order to navigate through this huge amount of would-be Thai teachers my-thai.org is here to show…

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5 traits I picked up after moving to Thailand

As german I’m prone to being very much tied to the traits that my home country taught me. With my move to Thailand I did lose some of the typical German traits though (which is not a bad thing I believe) and also picked up a few new ones. Here’s a list of five of the most obvious traits I picked up since moving to the Land of Smiles. Yim – Smile A German moving to the LOS (Land of Smiles). That’s two opposites right there. We’re famous for always…

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